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Who wants to play with paper dolls? Everyone, it turns out. (Yes, boys too.)
Use blank wooden dice to create storytime magic, where the kids get to make up the story as they go along.
This high-energy, fun-filled evening program for teens puts twists on a regular game of hide-and-seek.
Skokie Public Library has created a sugar-coated program to teach kids about the brain.
A monthly series of scientist talks cover STEM topics in an engaging, relatable way — with cookies.
Siouxland Libraries hosted a special storytime to ease stress for kids entering kindergarten.
An Indiana library used a surplus of moving boxes to bring the popular Angry Birds game to life for its teens.
The “I Survived” young adult book series provides the basis for STEAM programming at a Missouri public library.